Canadian Diabetes Organizations:

Most important Canadian Diabetes Organizations, address and contact information has been gathered here. Our intention is to provide you a single stop resources library at gluxus.com. This list is by no means complete – rather – should be considered as work in progress and will be frequently updated

Most Important Organizations:

<b>Canadian Diabetes Association</b>
Canadian Diabetes Association
1400-522 University Ave
Toronto ON M5G 2R5
Phone: 1-416-363-3373
Toll Free: 1-800-226-8464
E-mail:  info@diabetes.ca more…
<b>Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation</b>
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation

2550 Victoria Park Avenue, Suite 800
Toronto, ON  M2J 5A9
Tel: 1-647-789-2000
Toll Free: 1.877.CURE.533
E-mail:  general@jdrf.ca more…

<b>Diabetes Educator Certification Board</b>
Diabetes Educator Certification Board
2878 King Street
Caledon , ON , L7C 0R3
Tel: 1-905 838-4898
Fax: 905 838-4899
E-mail: cdecb@sympatico.ca more…
Diabète Québec Quebec Diabetes Association
Diabète Québec Quebec Diabetes Association
8550 Boulevard Pie-IX Bureau 300
Montreal, Québec Canada H1Z 4G2
Tel +1-514-2593422 ext 231
Fax +1-514-2599286
E-mail direction@diabete.qc.ca more…
Alberta Diabetes Foundation
Alberta Diabetes Foundation
1-020 Li Ka Shing Centre for Health,
University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, T6G 2E1
Phone: 780 492 6537
Toll Free: 1 800 563-2450
Email: info@abdiabetes.com more…
National Aboriginal Diabetes Association
National Aboriginal Diabetes Association
 B1-90 Garry Street,
Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3C 4H1
Phone: (204) 927-1220
Toll Free: 1-877-232-NADA (6232)
Email: diabetes@nada.ca more… 

Canadian Diabetes Resources:

The site offers information on the importance of eating 5 to 10 servings of fruits and vegetables per day.
A team of volunteers and professionals who raise money to fund research at the Alberta Diabetes Institute.
Alberta Diabetes Institute catalogs all major releases relating to ADI researchers and major stories affecting the diabetes research community at the university.
Committed to diabetes research awareness and collaboration in Atlantic Canada.
A digest sized magazine written by Diabetes Professionals for people with diabetes.
Dedicated to protecting and expanding Canada’s public health system for the benefit of all Canadians.
A national, voluntary association of physicians that advocates on behalf of its members and the public for access to high quality health care, and provides leadership and guidance to physicians.
Working for kids since 1922.
Sharing information, resources and strategies, and building links to improve women’s health.
CancerCare Manitoba is dedicated to providing exceptional care for our patients and their families.
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The primary objective of CD NAP is to improve the quality of life for Northern Saskatchewan residents living with a chronic disease through more effective case management and enhanced patient self-management knowledge.
Informing health care professionals about the services and resources offered by this provincial Department of Health program.
Creating a life without limits for kids with diabetes.
Contact information in Saskatchewan health regions, and the provincial diabetes coordinator.
Being able to access and utilize the diabetes education and management services offered by a qualified team of health care professionals is key to managing diabetes.
Founded in 1954, helping people with diabetes for almost 50 years.
Finding answers for life™.
The Diabetes Integration Project goes to great lengths to make sure you receive the best care possible.
Today, the Kidney Foundation of Canada is the national health charity committed to kidney health and to improved lives for all people living with kidney disease.
A Community Resource for Young Adults with Diabetes in Manitoba.
A research community that blends both basic and clinical science to best serve the health needs of children.
This health centre has been developed by women health professionals for women with diabetes. It is intended to help you better understand how diabetes affects you as a woman and how best to manage it.

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